Ghana Real Estate: Clifton Homes, An Environmentally Conscious Real Estate Developer

Ann Brewin, CEO of Clifton Homes, discusses the importance of incorporating green technologies within the construction process and being environmentally conscious.

“We are always looking for green technologies that we can incorporate within our construction process. Sometimes, that can be difficult from a supplier side here in Ghana, but we are always making incremental improvements project on project. One of the things that we do try to follow through with in the facilities management side is proving to our customers that more environmentally friendly solutions are also economical for them. Ultimately, that is key for these technologies taking off here in Ghana. We want to lead the way by introducing new environmentally friendly technologies, post completion, and then fold those into the next project once they are proven so people can see the financial benefit as well”, says Ann Brewin.

ABOUT CLIFTON HOMES: In 2021, Clifton Homes celebrated a decade of real estate development in Accra. In that time, Clifton has been the fastest growing developer in Ghana, completing 8 projects on time within buyer’s contractual deadlines, most recently Embassy Gardens in Cantonments. Clifton Homes is proud of its track record and ongoing commitment to delivery. A key contributing factor to the company’s delivery, apart from plain hard work, is its integrated model which provides control over timings and quality throughout the build programme. Clifton Homes manages its projects from design conception through to post-handover facilities management and that means its long-term interests are aligned with the buyer’s. The company is currently developing Loxwood House, an example of modern urban living located at the very heart of Accra.


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